The Campanile at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
Originally intended to be linked to the buildings on either side by an “arcaded screen,” the campanile has been described as a “skilful if lacklustre party piece” (Casey 399-400). However, it is a popular sight, often used pictorially to represent Trinity College, and many might agree with an earlier verdict that it is a “singularly attractive work of unique design” (Dixon 212). The belfry is “richly detailed, a cylindrical chamber encircled by engaged Corinthian columns and pierced by tall round-headed openings with cast-iron traceried grilles” (Casey 400). The four figures at the base of the belfry, sculpted by Thomas Kirk (1781-1845), represent Divinity (seen holding a cross), Science, Medicine and Law. Source http://www.victorianweb.org/art/architecture/lanyon/7.html
This photo was taken using a Nikon D800 camera with a Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. It was processed using Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6.
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